You have many choices when choosing where to find information. And if you’re considering abortion, you’ll want the facts about your unexpected pregnancy and options.
Sound Choices Pregnancy Clinic provides information you can trust. We offer our free and confidential services with compassion and respect. Keep reading to learn more about how we can help you.
Receive Services Without the Bills
Our clinic does not profit from your pregnancy decision. We exist to help you amidst an unexpected pregnancy and receive the information you need.
You might worry about insurance and expensive bills. Rest assured, you’ll never pay for our services. Sound Choices Pregnancy Clinic offers help and resources without strings attached.
Get the Facts About Your Pregnancy
If you want an abortion, you should receive an ultrasound first. Sound Choices Pregnancy Clinic may provide a limited ultrasound (after positive pregnancy testing) to verify your pregnancy’s viability (whether it is progressing normally), gestational age (how far along you are), and location.
An ultrasound can also determine whether you’re experiencing a miscarriage or ectopic pregnancy. An ectopic pregnancy is not viable and always requires medical treatment, while a miscarriage may require monitoring or treatment.
Learn About Your Options
Before making a pregnancy decision, learn about all your options: abortion, making an adoption plan, and parenting. Sound Choices Pregnancy Clinic does not provide or refer for abortions, but we do offer accurate information on the risks and side effects of abortion procedures.
During a pregnancy options consultation, you’ll also learn about the pros and cons of placing your child for adoption and parenting. We don’t make your pregnancy decision; instead, we’ll provide the information you need to weigh your options carefully.
We’re Here for You
Sound Choices Pregnancy Clinic is here for you. We offer medical services like limited ultrasounds and education resources so you can make an informed decision.
Contact us today to speak with an advocate and request a free, confidential appointment.